2023 Election: Ijebu-ode local government deserves Ogun East Senatorial ticket

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…Eng (Dr) Adewale Adenaike is the right man with vision and experience

As the political climate is gathering momentum, the Senatorial district of Ogun East is in focus as to who should represent the district at the red chamber.
Record has it that all the Local councils have provided one personality or the other in time past, and for justice Ijebu-ode local government deserves the opportunity this time.

It is interesting that political education and participation is increasing, and equity should be encouraged among the people. The people of Ijebu-ode should be equally treated in the scheme of political participation by giving the opportunity to present a candidate, in person of Eng (Dr) Adewale Adenaike to represent the district at the red chamber in the forthcoming election.

Below is the list of various people who have occupied the position in the past:
Late Abraham Adesanya 1979-1983 INLG
Senator Dipo Odujirin 1983-1984 RNLG
Late Senator Martins Kuye 1992-1993 INLG
Late Senator Biyi Durojaye 1999-2003 INLG
Senator Tokunbo Ogunbanjo 2003-2007 INELG
Senator Lekan Mustapha 2007-2011 INLG
Senator Gbenga Kaka 2011-2015 INLG
Senator Buruji Kashamu 2015-2019 INLG
Senator Lekan Mustapha 2019-till date. INLG

It is obvious that to balance this political representation, the ticket needs to move to Ijebu-ode local government. The people of Ijebu-ode have presented a trusted and visionary leader, Eng (Dr) Adenaike to represent the interest of the people.

He is a grassroot politician with track record of community engagement and facilitator of social development. Eng (Dr) Adenaike has proved to be capable of the task with his achievement as SA to the Honourable Minister of State for Education in the areas of project facilitation and implementation.

This is a clarion call to party leaders, opinion leaders, traditional rulers, good people of Ijebuland to support justice and equity by positioning the Senatorial ticket to the right district.

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